BENNINGTON, Vermont | 30 Jun 2008 | Imagine putting on distinctively formal clothes, traveling to a place thousands of miles away you've never seen before and knocking on strangers' doors to tell them about your faith. This is part of what Mormon missionaries do around the world in 349 mission territories. Such efforts have helped increase the size of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, as the church is known formally, from 2 million in 1963 to 13 million today.

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